Nokia 1203

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Another cheap and very simple Nokia device, is the Nokia 1202 (and 1203, as they are identical). It’s not a high-tech device, but it is useful. Similar in design to the Nokia 1202, the Nokia 1203 Blue offers reliable, affordable and practical communication tools. Nokia’s lowest cost mobile phone to date, the Blue Nokia 1203 candybar comes with an extending battery life that offers a staggering 8 hours of talktime and 624 hours on standby.

Equipped with a built-in flashlight to help you find your way and FM radio that will keep you entertained and up to date with whats going on, the Nokia 1203 Blue is ideal for first time users, friends and family and the elderly.

With especially loud ringtones so no call will go unheard, the Blue Nokia 1202 would not only make an ideal stocking filler this christmas but can also be shared amongst as many as five family members each with their own phonebook.

The Nokia 1203 is available in a choice of either Midnight Black or Violet Blue and a further colour variant of Silver Grey will also be available but will be released as the Nokia 1203.

A Dual Band GSM phone, the Nokia 1202 Blue is expected to be released in the 4th Quarter of 2008 and includes a 1.5″ monochrome graphic display, SMS messaging with T9 predictive texting, preloaded games, built-in handsfree, calendar, calculator and currency convertor.

The only difference between the 1202 and 1203 is that the 1203 is a smooth looking device, in Silver Gray, and the 1202 is available in Midnight Blue and Violet Blue colors. Both device should be available in the fourth quarter of 2008, at the estimated price of just 25 euro.

Features and specifications:
  • GSM 900 / 1800 or 850 / 1900 network
  • multiple phonebooks
  • a built-in flashlight
  • cost tracker
  • dust-resistant keypad
  • a battery lifetime of 9 hours talk / 26 days standby
  • a display of 96 x 68 pixels, monochrome
  • polyphonic ringtones; no camera
  • no Bluetooth
  • no memory card
  • no GPS; 105 x 45 x13mm, and 78 g.


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